Khatushyamji Temple is located in the Khatushyamji Village at a distance of around 97 km away from Sikar. This ancient white marble temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Krishna and is associated with several interesting legends. The temple is mentioned in the great epic 'The Mahabharata'. A dip in the pond located in the temple is considered holy by the Hindus. The Shyam Garden of the temple attracts tourists with its charming landscape.
This temple is famous for the Khatushyamji Fair which is held in the months of February and March. This fair showcases various folk dances, music and artforms of the region. There is also a three-day annual fair held here between Phalgun Sudi Dashmi and Dwadashi of the Indian calendar.